A photograph entitled 'Holborn Viaduct', published by George Washington Wilson, c. 1890. A man looks at the camera as he waits to cross the busy street. A shop on the left advertises Vaseline.
A photograph entitled 'Holborn Viaduct', published by George Washington Wilson, c. 1890.
A man looks at the camera as he waits to cross the busy street. A shop on the left advertises Vaseline.
This photograph is from an album containing sixty photographic views of London, published by George Washington Wilson. Although the photographs were usually marked with Wilson's initials, many were actually taken by assistants like Charles Wilson (1865-1958), his son.
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- The National Media Museum, Bradford
- National Science and Media Museum
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